Interview 1542 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

04/30/2020157 Comments

Welcome to the 406th episode of New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:

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Story #1: Bill Gates Worked To End Livestock Production, Pushed Lab Grown Meat

President Trump Readies Bailout For Nation's Food Suppliers

Bill Gates Among 117 Foreigners To Be Decorated By Japan

Please Stop The Ride

Story #2: New Microsoft Bitcoin Mining System Set to Transform BTC Mining

Episode 145 – You Are Being Gamed

Video: Bill Gates Gets Pied In Belgium, Circa 1999

Story #3: CT Cops Cancel Spy Drone, Showing Resistance to Medical Martial Law Can Work

Updated Press Release: Westport Police Department Statement on Drone Pilot Program

California Cops Heckled As They Tell 93-Year-Old Couple They Can’t Sit in Chairs on the Beach

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  1. Octium says:

    Queen LizardBreath II got in first!!

    Bill Gates becomes honorary knight

    “Bill Gates, the billionaire chairman of Microsoft, received an honorary knighthood today for his charitable work and his achievement in creating the world’s most successful software company.

    Mr Gates and his wife, Melinda, met the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace for the ceremony. Despite receiving the KBE, or Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire, Mr Gates will not be known as ‘Sir’, a title reserved for British citizens.”

    • robert.t says:

      That scrunched look on Gates’ face when he is getting praised or honored, like he’s gobbled a mouthful of something he can’t swallow and is having a laughing fit while trying to keep it in…

      He actually gets off on these cornflake packet medals! Anyone sane would be humiliated or at least embarrassed, but not Bill ‘Betty Crocker’ Gates. Like the ninety-year old billionaire who finds love with his giggly young nurse, Bill doesn’t care if the show is real or if any show is real. Real is for wimps.

      What distinguishes these manipulators apart from demonic energy (I grant them that) is their shallowness, their terror of boredom, their hatred of their inadequate selves. They get to reign, but they reign in a hell of vulgarity and triviality.

      At the end of all the trails and travails there’s nothing but a soggy lab-grown cheeseburger and a star on the wrist for attendance. They bore and are bored. Give them all the extra lives promised by the loopier transhumanists…those lives will be lives of boredom, of vulgarity, of triviality, of self-loathing.

      That’s bound to get them down.

      Hey globsters! You hate yourselves but I don’t hate me. So who’s winning here?

  2. colosseum says:

    Hi James,

    you have been mentioned by Dr. Andrew Kaufman (in conversation with Brian Rose from London Real) as a good example of independent journalism to follow:

    (around 1:56:15)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:


    • Libertydan says:

      The sound on the linked interview was very low for Dr. Kaufman.
      Although I think he makes a number of good points, the idea that an N95 Mask has no value is not one of them. I think it has been well established that Surgeons, and Dentists are less likely to transfer Germs when wearing a Mask. I found better explanations of what a Mask can do on a 3M Company website. Indeed, 3M admits that a Virus is too small to be filtered, yet in most every case, a Virus is attached to something bigger that can be filtered. Perhaps, even a Bacterium, which could be the real source of this Acute Respiratory Syndrome.
      The fact that many Nursing Homes have been devastated by a Lung related Illness that they are calling COVID19 makes it very real for a lot of people.

    • endthefed says:

      Thanks for that. Watching now. London Real apparently has it as a private video so it doesn’t even show up on the videos list, which is pretty lame of them.

      • mike.y says:

        London Real had all of their broadcast outlets banned for the recent David Icke interviews they did. They had to go private in order to continue reporting. Is finding a way to independently spread information really lame? I am sure I have heard JC say multiple times that we shouldn’t expect to keep finding his reports on outlets such as YT.

  3. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I really appreciated this Good News Next Week segment.
    Sharing these type of tactics and “wins for our side” help to facilitate them, and also to add a little luster to life.
    God knows we could use some luster.

    I look forward to Corbett’s “Bad Billy” series.
    Gates has a self-image like a biblical “Lord of the World”.

    While it could never be proven, I am inclined to believe that Bill Gates planned and financed this whole shebang.
    All this was no accident. Not all of it. No way. Someone was throwing gasoline on the fire. erh..well, a lot of folks have been throwing gas on the fire.

    • Libertydan says:

      Some of them, might think that they are keeping the Torch of Liberty going, eh!

    • trishcomicmom says:

      A possibility that I read about is that Gates is a front man for the Rothchilds, who may be funding, via Gates, the shenanigans going on right now. If that’s the case, Gates could be easily disposed of when his work is over by either a) a hit man, or b) the angry masses. Is this theory too way out there, or is it feasible? What think ye?

  4. nexangelus says:

    My city in the UK has its own digital currency and has had for a few years now (where you can spend locally and support local businesses, wonder how they have all fared the last few weeks?!), but it looks like the places opening up (very sparsely all over the UK) are not accepting cash, card payments only, some only drive through, or delivery so online ordering. I did visit a local DIY establishment that had not shut down a couple of weeks agi, same thing there, order online, click, collect (take some ID with you to prove you are the one who ordered the goods, they were just taking the digits off our passports and driving licenses, etc) Lots offering huge discounts and vouchers…

    • nexangelus says:

      Oh good gosh! In the South West we have the overall lowest numbers of infection and deaths according to statistics, so they want to test technology in our neck of the woods (thermal cameras) to help end lockdown, just so much ugh:

      • Libertydan says:

        Taking one’s Temperature is a good way of knowing if someone is sick, and if they can do it without being too invasive, then it is certainly better than being injected with “The Mark of the Beast”.

        Note that Bill Gates has offered us only one solution, and that is a “Vaccination”.

        I draw the line where I control what goes into my body, and if that means no more planes, or trains, or whatever, I can do without it, eh!

      • ben.r says:

        Maybe you have more sunshine there in SW USA.

        Also, Albuquerque NM banned 5G, at least according to Arthur Firstenberg in his book, “The Invisible Rainbow”. He also points out that all previous pandemics have co-incided with a rapid diffusion of electrification or of radiation, such as radio waves (1918), radar (1948), satellite (1968), and 5G (2020). Have other cities in NM or AZ banned 5G? Dr. Thomas Cowan MD develops this rational 5G-pandemic hypothesis in his ten-minute summary that has gone “viral” –

        Unfortunately, and possibly predictably, this hypothesis has been denounced by the mainstream media as a … “conspiracy theory”. Check it out, if you dare, before they delete the video. Another MD who develops this thesis is Dr. Andrew Kaufman MD, who would make an excellent interview for the CR.

        • flammable says:

          That hypothesis was never acknowledged at all by the MSM. Instead the mainstream media denounces their own conspiracy theory of 5G being able to spread viruses.

          • ben.r says:

            The point is that 5G can cause illness in some people.

            Did it cause the recent respiratory illness in Wuhan, South Korea, northern Italy, NYC, or anywhere else? I don’t know, but it may have been a factor in the illness of some people.
            Are the symptoms of “covid-19” even unique in all cases? If not, then how do we accept the conclusion of one disease-one cause-one virus?

            The risks of 5G on the health of some people have been demonstrated in hundreds if not thousands of studies. One possibility is that the combination of the severely polluted air in Wuhan and the recent 5G blanket in Wuhan caused the original illness. If so, this is what the CCP may have tried to cover up, not a virus.

            This hypothesis (polluted air + 5G = respiratory illness in some) makes even more sense, if you listen to talks by Drs. Thomas Cowan MD and Dr. Andrew Kaufman, MD. Let us use the science to question the scientists. It is the “health science” that is claimed to be the basis of the lockdown.

            “If you look for the truth, then your health will follow.”
            – Dr. Herbert Shelton, MD

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      nexangelus says:
      My city in the UK has its own digital currency and has had for a few years now…”

      If you get a chance, would you post an article link to that city in the UK with its own digital currency here…
      (As a reply to the comment)

      I want to log this trend.
      We may have more communities going towards their own currency solutions.

  5. Jeremy says:

    I would not have played the clip of Bill Gates getting pie in the face. No matter what Bill Gates might have become, he was quite a productive guy that literally changed the world through the value he created. He should have been celebrated. That fact was quite clear in 1999, and that is what that pie-thrower is disrespecting. If that is the way he was treated when we was creating massive amounts of value, I don’t totally blame him if he holds a grudge against humanity.

    But I doubt that same person would throw the pie in his face today. Maybe Gates stopped giving people what they needed—value creation—and instead started giving them what they really wanted—nihilistic destruction. Maybe, in Gates’ mind, justice is being served.

    • Noahsark723 says:

      Value for who?

      Gates made value by thieving what became the basis for the windows OS.

      Again Value for who?

      “If that is the way he was treated when we was creating massive amounts of value, I don’t totally blame him if he holds a grudge against humanity. ”

      Dude, you are out to lunch!

      So a pie in the face from 3 men justifies his attack on all of humanity?

      You obviously have no idea what is going on here and what the bigger picture is and how all of this fits together.

      The people want “nihilistic destruction?”

      The people don’t want nihilistic destruction the damn luciferic “elite” do.

      You need to spend some time getting the spider web from off your head.

      I suggest you start here:

      “When the spider weaves a web all around your head, then you let them win”
      – that is me quoting me from The Spider, Armadillo and Doe

      • Jeremy says:

        I haven’t heard of any thieving allegations against Bill Gates. I could be missing something.

        But to say Microsoft didn’t add value is false. Microsoft massively revolutionized the way education and business conducted itself. The productive gains Microsoft enabled are enormous. The billions he earned are just a fraction of the the value he created.

        Men are not always totally good or evil. They are often mixed. If you want to be Objective, you have to learn to distinguish both good and evil in the same man. Praise the good in a man, but also condemn the evil in him too. This is what justice demands. I imagine this group might lean a little heavy to finding the faults in people without acknowledging the good.

        • MagicBullet says:

          Perhaps it would be helpful for you to know that Bill was helped by his mom and dad, and other more shady funders:

          Mary Gates, a prominent Seattle businesswoman who helped her son, William H. Gates 3d, get the contract that led to a lucrative relationship with I.B.M. for his fledgling Microsoft Corporation.

          Bill’s dad with Rockefeller, Soros, Turner, PR persons (AKA Journalists), etc.

          You don’t get to hang out with David Rockie unless you are in the fold. The Rockies were major funders of eugenics, which eventually changed to be called Planned Parenthood, with a leader called Bill Gate’s Father.

          Bill’s Ted talk, he clearly states he want to use vaccines to decrease the population

          Healthy 3rd world families have more kids not less-unless you poison them.

          HCG in tetanus vaccine causes infertility-uninformed sterilization. Who funds this tetanus vaccine?, the Gates Foundation (you need to read thru the whole paper where it talks about that).

          • manbearpig says:

            Wow. That’s second link is a bombshell! Very interesting photo MagicBullet! Thanks!

            Reminds me that the inventor of the PCR Kary Mullis had exclaimed about Fauci:

            …“What ABC needs to do,” says Mullis, “is talk to [Chairman of the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Dr. Anthony] Fauci and [Dr. Robert] Gallo [one of the discoverers of HIV] and show that they’re assholes, which I could do in ten minutes.”

            “… I would be willing to chase the little bastard from his car to his office and say, ‘This is Kary Mullis trying to ask you a goddamn simple question,’ and let the cameras follow. If people think I’m a crazy person, that’s okay. But here’s a Nobel Prize-winner trying to ask a simple question from those who spent $22 billion and killed 100,000 people. It has to be on TV. It’s a visual thing. I’m not unwilling to do something like that.”


            though he was making reference to Fauci’s role in what he considered to be a murderous AIDS research campaign, this photo could have shed some light on Mullis’ furious indignation and what might’ve come out had he lived.

            • debra.b says:

              Great quotes from Mullis. This reminds of a movie I recently rewatched called ‘And, the Band Played on.’ Made early 90’s. I rewatched because Dr. Judy Mikovitz made mention in one of her interviews of it. So, when I watched now, it was like with new eyes and ears. If that doesn’t sound silly. Anyway, your post reminded me of that.

            • trishcomicmom says:

              How recently did Mullis die? Was it a suicide? Will James be doing a requiem?

              Also, what’s the deal with Dr. Judy Mikovitz? Wasn’t she trying to do something ethical, but Fauci was trying to cheat? I saw an interview clip where she explained how Fauci had tried to do something unethical with a study she was working on. She is also against healthy people wearing masks.

          • manbearpig says:

            The photo comes from this New York Times article:

            “Leading Philanthropists Get Carnegie Medals

            By Tamar Lewin

            Dec. 11, 2001

            No question about it, the seven philanthropists who received the inaugural Andrew Carnegie Medals of Philanthropy yesterday were an august bunch: Leonore Annenberg, Brooke Astor, Irene Diamond, William H. Gates Sr., David Rockefeller, George Soros and Ted Turner…

            …The titans of the new philanthropy came to the New York Public Library to celebrate the centennial of a signal moment in the history of American giving: Andrew Carnegie’s $480 million sale of United States Steel to J. P. Morgan, the transaction that freed Carnegie to devote the rest of his life to philanthropy on a level never before seen…

            …In contrast, many of the others, including Mr. Turner, Mr. Gates and Mr. Soros, work largely at the international level on issues like global warming, child health, and open societies, respectively…”

            So, as Mr. Corbett has already mentioned, Family Planning champion Daddy Gates was already investing colossal sums into “International “Child Health””

            “…The senior Mr. Gates, the chief executive officer of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, whose $23.5 billion endowment makes it by far the nation’s largest, talked of the need to ensure that children in the developing world have access to vaccinations and healthcare, and his delight at being involved in such issues through his son’s fortune.

            ”I am one really proud father,” he said, choking up slightly. ”I regret that his mother did not live to see this day…”


            I can’t remember if Mr. Corbett has already featured this photo in his work, but I hope so!

        • minnie says:

          There are many smart achievers who could change our way of life for the better, but only a few become billionaires. I suspect that the reason some talented creators become enormously rich, while many others are barely known about is the same reason that some politicians become enormously powerful while others (eg Cynthia McKinney) are sidelined.

          It’s like the old Mephistopholes story. At some point they are offered huge financial incentives if they will move in a certain direction. But they only get offered these incentives if they are compromised in some way, so that they can be controlled. Bill Gates is a puppet, similar to Tony Blair.

    • 9tH says:

      The guy who is said to be behind that ‘tarting’ or ‘pie-ing’ has the habit of doing that to people of power. Him and his have set an example of doing that for a new generation. Hahaha!

      His name is Noël Godin, he is an actor, writer and critic. Says his goal was to become “entarter”. From that ’69 individualist-anarchist wave, avant-gardists, modernists..
      He pied several celebrities, french ex president Sarkozy was one of them. He also aspired to pie pope john paul the first but had to do with this guy here:

      This one is worth watching twice actually. 🙂

      • manbearpig says:

        Seems like he’s someone whose mission is to purge the dangerous societal pressure of collective anger with gratuitous “humorous” revenge and give the impression that there’s still freedom of speech… or something…

        He didn’t tell us that the Sarkozy family included key and founding CIA elements though, did he?

        • 9tH says:

          @ manbearpig, i am no particular fan of the political views of this kind of anarchists, myself. I personally do not seek to associate with people or groups who lean towards communist doctrine or/and arty-farty waves. A matter of personal preferences.
          All have something useful to say, but i decided long time ago not to look for their opinions or at least spend too much of my time on it.
          Although i would recommend to anyone to go read ‘society of the spectacle’ by Guy Debords.

          And i would not trust anyone to give me full disclosure when performing action. It remains out own responsibility to gather and double-check info given to us.

          • manbearpig says:

            indeed. and well expressed. As you may’ve noticed I’ve been feeling a little bellicose of late, not that that’s an excuse for anything.

            I’m just wondering how this happening performer A: was allowed to get up close to Bill Gates in the first place and B: why, if this isn’t his first “performance”, he’s not in jail yet or paying back considerable fines or doing more orthodox community service. I guess it’s ’cause we live in a fabulously permissive democracy. Or that it’s important to cultivate the illusion that we do. A pie in the face goes viral but the Sarkozy-CIA connection doesn’t.

            Yes, as I vaguely recall, Guy Debords is very interesting.

            Thanks for you reply.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      ***** 5 Stars in its category…

      YouTube Channel Really Graceful gives a smooth, easy to digest, history of Bill Gates.

      “Who was Bill Gates Before Microsoft?”
      (15 minutes – well spent)

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Really Graceful says:
        “I was too easy on Bill”
        (13 minutes)

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Africa – Kenya News
          The Catholic Church in opposition to the tetanus vaccine saying it as a population control tool
          (3 minutes)

        • MagicBullet says:

          “Too Easy..” great vid. Our guru JC should take excerpts from it. Keep the narrator’s nice voice, but ditch her frequent commercials.

        • manbearpig says:

          Yea! Better late than never: Thanks to a heads up by Pearl I finally watched this video and I’m glad I did. I like the way she chooses and juxtaposes her info to make a concise and powerful statement. And she’s funny to boot. Thanks HRS. Now I’ll have a look at the link just underneath this one.

        • manbearpig says:

          Yup. Powerful juxtaposition of not necessarily new news (e.g. concerning Gates’ prolific vaccinational paralysis program)

          but with her visibility of hundreds of thousands of followers it’s fantastic she fit that in in such a powerful way!

      • 9tH says:

        i follow really graceful, she manages to bring out info that others will not touch upon. Not a too big a fan, but over the last 9 years or so, i have opened up more towards the information offered by people who are not of the same political line as mine. Critical thinking should be implied towards one’s owns dogmas just as much as towards others’.

        There are catholic and protestant organisations at work in Africa who have been trying to get more attention fom the mainstream on the uncontrolled power and influence of certain foundations in that continent. To little avail.

    • endthefed says:

      Jesus Christ. What are you even doing over here on the Corbett community? If you want to glorify anything that parasite has done I think you will find yourself quite alone here, Jeremy.

    • Octium says:

      You got to be kidding. His dodgy software held back computing 30 years. His equally shady business practices ensured that his software prevailed instead of the much better alternatives. He would have been stopped by the Anti-trust cases in the late 90s if it wasn’t for the bribing of shady people in authority.

      The only mistake the pie-throwers made is not mixing salmonella into the pies.

  6. Libertydan says:

    Thank You for another great addition of “New World Next Week”. I don’t know of anybody that can make listening to bad News feel so good as James Pilato does. It’s kind of like “It’s the end of the World as we know it, but I feel fine”. Or, to put it another way, “Smile and the world Smiles with you, Frown, and you Frown alone”. Indeed, I look forward to every new episode of “New world Next Week”.

    Perhaps a weekly show with Jason Bermas could be arranged. I found your last interview with him (on his show) to be very productive. A half hour show, once a week would keep two well informed Freedom Fighters even better informed, while inspiring others to seek out the Truth.

    Keep up the great work. No one does the video support better than Broc, and that truly makes the Corbett Report stand out among this rest.

    They say “A Picture is worth a thousand words”, and I say, a video does that one better, eh!

  7. colosseum says:

    Not sure if this has been highlighted before, but Soros’ propaganda machine has been quite prolific in setting the scene to dismantle the very last (and strongest) pillar against the globalist agenda:

  8. Libertydan says:

    Mark of the Beast
    I was glad to see that this Episode covered the Microsoft Patent WO-2020-060606. Indeed, WO (World Order), 2020 (year to implement it), 6-6-6 (Mark of the Breast), could be written off by some as a mere coincidence, but hey, how blatant does it have to get!

    I did a little research on my own. Enough to see that this was a legitimate Patent Number, and then to see that it was claiming a Patent on Human activity relative to Block Chain Rewards. It’s like Communist China Social Credit Score implanted in the human body. I wish that this was just a Conspiracy Theory, but one can read the Patent for themselves.

    I recall hearing News of some of the first Cloning Patents (perhaps 50 years ago), and how it was an issue, of whether any form of life could be allowed a Patent. That seems like a critical point in history to me now.

    It is one thing to allow Patents on mechanical devises like the Cotton Gin, and quite another to allowed Patents (and thus government protection) of living things. The entire field of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) relies on Government Protected Patents to give them exclusive rights over certain life forms. Without the ability to Patent, others could reproduce the same GMO products and this would remove the Profit motive.

    It is interesting to note that many, if not most, “Patented Drugs” are synthetic versions of Natural Cures found in nature. People use the Synthetic versions because that is what the Doctor Prescribed, and they have no knowledge of the Natural Cure. There is very little money in providing Natural Cures, so you have to do your own research. Watch a half hour of TV and you will see at least one Drug being pushed by big Pharma, for health issues they may have helped to create. Without a Profit Motive this would not be possible.

    PS, Last Sunday I saw more undeniable evidence of Geoengineering. I wonder how inhaling powered Aluminum effects the Lungs relative to having a Virus. An Acute Respiratory Syndrome can be made to Correlate with any number of things, including any number of Viruses, but this does not mean that the Virus caused the Illness. It only means that they were found to exist together.

    • Alchemist says:

      Looks like they’re gearing up for USD to be replaced by crypto as the new world reserve currency… and they’ll make damn sure they maintain their monopoly over the new system once it’s in place. If we reject it, we’ll have to go back to trading goods and services like the old days. I think it will be very difficult to find people to trade with, since they’ll wait until everyone is desperate to introduce the new monetary system.

      • Alchemist says:

        Hi all, just circling back to add: finding people to trade with will be hard UNLESS we establish our trade groups now (freedom cells or whatever you want to call it). If this goes the way I predict, we will have two options: 1) live like the Amish or 2) become enslaved by the technocrats.

        Yes, I think it’s the mark. It’s so obvious that it’s almost laughable, and a lot of people might write it off for this reason, but given everything else going on and all the ways this mining system could be used, I’d say there’s a good chance it’s the mark. It will be offered to us when we’re desperate. Get ready!

  9. generalbottlewasher says:

    My partner in life is stuck in Wyoming with her daughter and son in law who happens to work for the Rock…Foundation. We have been communicating and every time I pass on a hopeful bit of news, like the reopening of the economy on the fact more people have died of flu and homicide, or at the hands of State police, sheriffs and town Cops than Covid19 she gets a surmon by daughter and the fascist son-in-law about how good it will be to control such kind of thinking.
    I sent her this and stated i like the 9 principles here and asked her to see what the Nazi thought. Americans will get this probably more then non-Americans. This use to be a country a nonAmerican would risk dying to come to. Not so much nowadays.

    The principles.

    I told her not to loose any sleep over it, its just politics. If they complain about it then something else is surely going on.

    • manbearpig says:

      I’m afraid that…

      any beliefs based on hero-worship (that energy that makes people create a Glenn Beck banner) will never be the solution to mass troubles and mass slavery.

      Only when a critical mass of individual people, individually make the concious and perhaps difficult choice of living according to their individual principles (that may or may not include those featured on the Beck site) will there be any real change or hope of extracting our collective selves from the dehumanizing control of TPTSB.

      Sorry for the stress your partner in life, and thus you, must be living through.

      ps: I’m apparently not one of those brave people who has the strength to make that individual choice to live according to her principles…

      • mik says:

        enough of ‘individual’ and enough philosophical

        something to be seen philosophically
        Hegelian Recognition and Incels

        • manbearpig says:

          Hey Mik! Great video! (wasn’t in a mental state to process it 5 or 6 hours ago)

          I’d say it’s not because humans are fundamentally interpersonal that they are not also individual.

          Individual human beings may form their world vision and views through interpersonal relations

          we still have the capacity not only for inner reflection but also to make choices at a given instant such as striving to live according to our principles even if those principles were formed and defined interacting with others.

          Freedom is also a human construct that probably doesn’t inherently exist in the universe and so is an eminently elastic concept in its measurement and defining its nature.

          Also humans have probably inherited basic and powerful animal instincts that were/are necessary for survival such as hierarchy and the privilege or lack thereof that it entails.

          though perhaps involuntarily suffering from an unsatisfactorily managed psychoaffective conundrum, I would agree that “incels” consciously or subconsciously further imprison and victimize themselves through the simple act of consciously adopting “incel” status.

          • manbearpig says:

            wasn’t able to edit my comment above… hope it’s understandable.

            anyhow, this video brought to the surface another ambient conflict I live with. Indeed, my close entourage includes someone who, I believe, profoundly defines himself as being a victim. And perpetuating something he involuntarily learned from his mother through imitation, who herself, considers herself as a victim, he places the people around him in the role of persecutor. If he is the victim, the other is the persecutor.

            And I find it annoying to be fundamentally viewed as being a persecutor.

            So that just touches on how deep the mutual recognition phenomenon described in the video is; how much we tend to define ourselves in relation to how the other sees us or how we imagine the other sees us.

            but it’s important to take personal responsability for our living conditions and well-being or lack thereof…

            well… work in progress… thanks again for the food for thought Mr. Mik!


            • mik says:

              “I’d say it’s not because humans are fundamentally interpersonal that they are not also individual.”

              Yes, but we can only be individuals if we are interpersonal (well, is Tarzan human individual?). Hegel’s approach also provides better explanatory power for interaction of individuals in society.
              Society is not formed just because individuals freely associate in the pursuit their goals. This approach can hardly explain why individuals sometimes act in a way that doesn’t bring them benefits, moreover it can also be detrimental.

              If we look at Hegel’s master-slave dialectic then the only way to resolve it is instantiation of freedom (if it isn’t existed before). When both recognize each other’s freedom situation is resolved, win-win.

              Kind of unfulfilling relations, you say…what to say…hope it’s not so hard to cope.

              Very interesting situation with responsibility and freedom in Chinese. They don’t have an exact word for freedom, in this context they use a word that also means responsibility. When Japanese introduced word freedom they put it to the word licentiousness.

              Responsibility is very highlighted today, particularly in libertarian thinking it is stated as an absolute. It’s not. By the time one becomes an adult lots of things happen, many are out of control of individual, still they affects individual. No need for exuberant imagination to find some that are detrimental to individual for whole life.
              It’s not necessary to go to extreme to find things that are beyond full responsibility. PMS is nice example, sometimes it really goes far away ….. and everybody involved has to find a way to cope, because that is the best solution.

              • manbearpig says:

                Yea! Funny! I’d already heard that the word “freedom” didn’t exist in Chinese!

                And once I had a Japanese student, married to a Frenchman and they were about to move to China where her husband’s company was sending them. She had a good level in English. For some reason I used the word “insinuate” which mystified her. After long attempts at explaining, illustrating the meaning of it she finally told me it didn’t exist in Japanese, along with the word “sarcasm” I think…

                anyhow, about the word “fulfilling”; I didn’t mean to imply I was surrounded by unfulfilling relationships: just that, in reference to your video link, the mutual recognition they refer to isn’t always comfortable.

                But thanks for the kind words. and yea, PMS is a good example of a community affliction… X-)

                Now I’ll take a look at your confucianism link.

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        MBP. I was not aware of Glenn Beck when I was educated to develop these principles. Maybe it was propaganda. If so Rockefeller principles are just as valid. So why proceed in protecting our principles as they protect their principles.
        Maybe Beck pulled these out of his…hat when the career was going south. I don’t know much about Beck. However these principles are a good start at life and hardly come from hero worship. Unless you mean people that jumped from airplanes, being shot down bombing Fascist armies in WWII.
        You mean just Glenn Beck or Leader type, worship as the origin of these principles and those people who need to be told by their heroes what form their principles will be? I have to agree. I would be afraid of any individual, sect, cult or politic that must be told what their principles must be. Jeez am I describing current affairs?. Killery, Sanders, Trump, Biden drones who wait to be told what to do and what to think?
        Maybe that’s what Mik is getting on about down the page?
        DeCartes and Hiegel will take a bit of ciphering, hold on…………… . . . . . . . . . . . . .

        • manbearpig says:

          Oh! GBW! I’m so happy to hear from you! How are you?? Can I massage those sore hooves, I mean feet in your case?

        • generalbottlewasher says:

          So you don’t like these principles ? Like the Rock- Nazi defending his employers rights to not be crimped like he crimps other peoples style?
          I will return to my statement. Non Americans probably won’t get it. Americans probably will. What do i know. I just needed an example of preferd principles. But someone from the segregated south may have been educated differently and the Master slave dielectric maybe their normal. That could explain defending the likes of Rock-Brothers and the Clintons, Gates and Bloomberg.
          I had some great post WWII educators. Oh….. ……Propagandists. Not sorry. But I am sorry that they would have been fired had they taught us about TPTSB after Kennedys murder. We asked a lot of questions and got zip in TPS-Billy Mitchell Elementery. Maybe that why I got a lot of principles that are counter to Commie-Fascist Un-American principles.
          It may not matter soon. All we have to do is change our thinking and we will be on the winning side. Free country isn’t it?

          • manbearpig says:

            the rock -nazi?



            • generalbottlewasher says:

              MBP. Step-Nazi Son in law works for one of the global resource wealth extracting Rockefeller Foundations. I call him the Rock-Nazi. He showed me once the area in one of his countries where illegal mining was going on. He proudly claimed coordinating a military strike to stop them no good theifs from stealing his employers rocks.

              You are so sweet to reciprocate. I had a hard day watching the F-16 hospital fly over in my humble berg. The odd thing is there in the sky was 10+ chemtrailing tankers above the lowbrow flying Power Jet Aces that buzzed the town Hospital. I wa stuck across the street in the Ok. Tax Commission transferring car titles for2 hours and saw the show.

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                MBP . I thought of you today at the tag office.the hypocritical part of my day was when the tax collector was telling a prole that they have been open all the time. There was a sign on the door to not come in if more than ten people were in the waiting areas. Someone forgot to tell the 6 workers behind the counter that they were to be part of the 10 total.. There was 16 people in the office the whole 2 hours I was there. Sounds like French management of the tag office. Huh?

                Now on to Mik’s DesCartes and Hegel.

            • generalbottlewasher says:

              MBP. Can I have a glass of Languaedoc too while your up?. Must be tired. Im having difficulty thinking this Human rights thing through. Thanks Mik! I liked the DesCartes and Hegel.

              • manbearpig says:

                Hey GBW! Have to admit I enjoy these “sitting on the porch swing” comments of yours. I’m afraid I didn’t leave you any Languedoc though which explains my confusion with regards to your post last night. Yesterday was a Bordeaux actually. Hope you’re feeling better today. Can I get you a glass of orange juice or a cup of coffee? some aspirin?

                ps: taxes make you think of me? am I taxing?

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Trimera du`MBP. Taxing? No! Inoculating Oui! Like every other Commentidor. No aspirin!
                On the whole drinking solitare may be a vice, however it should be considered a sin to have Soupe `a Loigion without a good red. On investigation we here in the boonies have some enterprising proveyers of fine Languaedoc reds , direct from LA Propriete Pour Moulin Gassac, Famille Guibert, Pinet France to my fair city.
                40% Syrah – 30% Grenache – 30% Cardigan
                100% syphonceicating!
                Thars not all I will say today. Their seems to be a new delivery system in the chemtrailing. Yes James we will get CoVo-2.0.
                Probably from the sky. My little nothing LG-UK410 does have a great camera. Its so good it takes pictures all by itself. All the time , I keep the two lenses covered , all the time. How ever it has improved so I can see the picture but can’t open or erase it from my gallery. When I try it disappears into the cloud. I have been down loading pictures of the sky since I got this camera. Their new delivery system is markedly different compared to previously recorded anomalies from the sky. This is the only reason James should ‘build ‘ a visual gallery to this site. Otherwise we would suffer puppy-kitten- flower-watercolour and Aunt Edna’s bloomers on the clouthsline photos. Got to go check the soup now.

  10. mik says:

    No mention of human rights yet.


    The Problem With Human Rights

    • limey says:

      “The more I love humanity in general the less I love man in particular. In my dreams, I often make plans for the service of humanity, and perhaps I might actually face crucifixion if it were suddenly necessary. Yet I am incapable of living in the same room with anyone for two days together.”

  11. Libertydan says:

    The Link below is to an “Epoch Times” Follow-up to it’s Documentary on the Source of COVID19 (They claim it had 77 million views in a matter of days). The response is only about 30 min, but goes into details of being scrubbed from Facebook, under false pretenses, and then makes some very good points about the W.H.O. relative to them claiming that China had completely contained the Virus as of February 28, 2020.

    I think you will not truth the World Health Organization after seeing this. And, as for Facebook. Is it the W.H.O. controlling them, or the other way around. Perhaps they are different Heads of the same Dragon, eh!

  12. panthera says:

    Dear James,

    I think a point that should not be overlooked regarding the drones is this: even if the evil chinese-made drones allow the evil Chinese to spy on Americans, who the hell is sending those frickin’ drones over US cities? So how can anyone from US media point to the Chinese? Never mind the implication that if the drones were US made…..Whoever made the drones and hence can have a backdoor to exploit it for spying on Americans, it never could become the 21st century version of a Trojan horse if US authorities didn’t pull it inside the gates. Which also begs the question, what again are US authorities going to the drones for???

  13. MagicBullet says:

    The Magic Bullet:
    Significantly Improved COVID-19 Outcomes in Countries with Higher BCG Vaccination Coverage: A Multivariable Analysis
    We tested the hypothesis that the vaccination against tuberculosis with BCG correlates with better outcomes for COVID-19 patients. Analyzing countries according to an age group partition across several time-points, reveals that the strongest correlation is attributed to the coverage in BCG vaccination of the young population. More specifically, the signal is attributed to recent immunizations (last 15 years) rather than past policies.

  14. manbearpig says:

    ouf. watching this NWNW episode was like reliving my teaching week all over again. Indeed, I used articles dealing with digital tatoos and quantum dots and discussed Jesse Schelle’s most disturbing presentation ever just shortly before I saw this episode posted. I’d also already seen the bitcoin mining patent that some savvy Corbett subscriber had posted along with the fact that Gates was being decorated by the Chinese. Had considered using them as teaching material.

    I’ve also made a career of donning my Conspiracy tin foil hat persona as an integral part of my teacher’s identity and like Mr. Pilato, am repeatedly warning my students that their social credit score will suffer from socializing with me.

    That we seem to be living in a Cronenberg movie reminds me of Brandon Cronenberg’s movie AntiViral that I’ve already evoked on these Corbett pages more than once. In it people pay a lot to be infected with viruses extracted from Movie Stars’ bodily fluids. And celebrity meat is grown in labs and sold in butcher shops for various types of consumption. Unspeakably revolting.

    I think this was Brandon’s first commercial full-length movie but I’m not absolutely sure. At any rate, it marked me and I’d say he did a pretty damn good job with this rather prophetic work produced in 2012.

    • manbearpig says:

      Also wanted to comment on Mr. Corbett’s remarks with regards to inadvertantly or perhaps purposefully embedded or implied truths.

      The incredible fact that people profoundly believe that their own government would never use tech for spying or as weapons against its own or another country’s people (which obviously flies in the face of all perfectly established evidence)

      is the reason that people will almost never pick up on these embedded or implied truths.

      In fact, these loaded assertions about “chinese drones” and 5G tech, for example, not only play off of this delusion but also seem to exacerbate and reinforce it.

      Or maybe I’m harping on the obvious here. I think I’ll get some more coffee…

      • mik says:

        I’ve heard from normies that my reading-with-understanding is tainted with conspiracy mindset. Low hanging fruit, just mirror the question back.

        Regarding Chinese technology fear is not unsubstantiated. It’s possible to build hardware backdoors and there is no way to find it, literally. Ok, use of backdoor would hardly pass undetected to very dedicated and equipped observer.
        Of course US is doing the same. Hackers have found some undocumented instructions in x86 processors.

  15. minnie says:

    I think Bill Gates was raised on lab-grown meat.

  16. mik says:

    Contact Tracing Technology – Computerphile

    Explains different approaches
    it’s not so easy for controllers
    provides ideas for monkey-wrenching, cool

  17. debra.b says:

    Hi. New member here. Corbett Report has been my go to since I discovered it nearly 5 years ago. I am beyond grateful to James Corbett for all of the research and information you so generously provide as well as the CR community. I’m not as well spoken, nor as knowledgeable as you all, but I’ll try to contribute where I feel I can.

    I very much look forward to and appreciate NWNW episodes. James and James are a perfect pairing. The amount of info they deliver in a fairly short segment is tremendous.

    With regards to the drones in Westport, CT. I hate to bear bad tidings, but I must. I live in a town in the same county as Westport and I worked in Westport for 15 years. Westport is a town comprised of entirely wealthy residents. Many a celebrity live/lived there. From what I’ve personally observed over the years, the residents dictate to the police, not at all the other way around. Therefore, when I began seeing this circulate about the drones being halted there I immediately questioned it. I think the intention is perhaps to lure other towns to follow suit with the suggestion that they may be successful in doing so as Westport appeared to be. However, I highly doubt what seemingly occurred in Westport would be the case in my predominantly middle to lower class industrial town. My intention in sharing my personal observations is not to discourage, but to provide context. Thank you all again.

    • debra.b says:

      PS I realize Wikipedia is not a reliable source, but I believe it should suffice with regards to a listing of celebrity residents of Westport, CT, per my comment above. Paul Newman and his wife were among the most well known and longtime residents. He frequented the deli where I used to go to get a sandwich on my lunch break. The place felt as if it sort of froze when he walked in. It was weird. Anyway, that’s it. Just thought I should add something by way of source no matter how small it is. 🙂,_Connecticut

  18. Arby says:

    I was struck by a mention in the latest UK Columnn News show of a UK government paper looking at all kinds of new world order goodies, including pressing unemployed (due to covid 19) citizens into ‘national service’. What, the presenters asked worryingly, could that mean? Indeed. They worried that the plan is to use the people to attack the people. I see a role in that for Bill Gates’s crypto crap. Maybe you can be rewarded with food – if you don’t starve to death first while you are at your computer trying to work.

    On the subject of food: “Fake Food, Fake Meat: Big Food’s Desperate Attempt to Further the Industrialisation of Food” by Vandana Shiva (CounterPunch) /

  19. alexandre says:

    Three interesting points, or not.

    One: I found an anti-bolsonaro example, so I can counterpoint people who, when I say anything against official versions, call me “bolsomino”. I have now the most important intellectual alive, Noam Chomsky, on the other (rational) side, saying that, although corona is very serious, he is really worried about 3 things: threat of nuclear war, threat of global warming and the deterioration of democracy. And he even resurrects “the doomsday clock”.

    That’s the rational wing.

    Two: Maybe unrelated, in Manaus there are mock burials going on apparently, with empty coffins (some with stones in them) to give the impression of high death rates.

    which obviously isn’t true, as shown here:

    Three: Other than that, the video below shows yet another truth in Manaus, which is, according to the guy, that they are piling up the corpses in the refrigerators and in the IML (Medical-legal institute) so they can bury them all together later, giving the impression of mass death. The guy says that the activity in the cemetery is not out of the ordinary and that much more people died on a rebellion on route 174, which the media didn’t report on.

    Finally, A friend of a friend that works in some cemetery told my friend that when a COVID cadaver arrives, they can’t touch it. The burial is made later by people he doesn’t know from out of town, from some other mortuary agency.

    Ok, that was 4 points. I’ll start again.

    Yes it is.
    No it isn’t.
    Yes it is.
    No it isn’t.

    E la nave va.

    • manbearpig says:

      Just to clarify,

      You say:

      “…I have now the most important intellectual alive, Noam Chomsky, on the other (rational) side, saying that, although corona is very serious, he is really worried about 3 things: threat of nuclear war, threat of global warming and the deterioration of democracy. And he even resurrects “the doomsday clock”.

      That’s the rational wing…”

      Please, please tell me you say that with tongue firmly in cheek. I can’t quite tell…?

      Mr. “there’s nothing wrong with voting for the lesser of two evils” who promotes the official versions of a couple of the most monumental and revealing events in the last 60 years, JFK and 911, one of the most important intellectuals alive??

      Gotta say, in your linked video, he packed an astounding amount of status quo BS in just the minute and a half following your timemark, namely

      he kept it all real partisan, predictably preaching Trump is the source of all evil, the world has no choice but to “follow the master” (gotta keep those sheep in the pepsi/coke school of puerile politics pen) selling Global Warming as one of the greatest dangers facing our world today, deflecting from the dire situation of bioengineering and bioweapons, supposedly championing the need for an “informed and involved public”…

      Well if this public he feigns such concern over is supposed to be “informed” by the likes of this master of sophistry they’ll be led by the nose straight down to the NWO gates of hell.

      Yes indeed, this “most important intellectual alive” could be standing in the photo posted by MagicBullet yesterday entitled “Leading philanthropists get Carnegie Medals” as an honorary member who’s done more than anyone else in the world to keep the people in the dark using truth for devastating deception.

      But anyhow, gatekeeping, controlled opposition… pfft…

      as the most ‘important intellectual alive’ intoned with supreme non-chalance on the mass murder of humans and human rights that took place in NYC a couple decades back

      “Who Cares?”


      • alexandre says:

        If I had my tongue so firmly in my cheek, it would have made a hole through it. He has been considered to be the most important bla bla bla for ages and I meant, dear, that if THAT is the rational wing, we’re good. With that idiotic rhetoric he is a good reference against insults from normies – mainly because Bobo the Clown has such high pedigree. So you can relax now.

        AND YET … Chomsky brings something that passed through the fine comb, because he was a conspiracy theorist before and did reveal many things, debated lots of worms and so on, and those are valid actions – you can’t just throw them away, as didn’t Corbett in his video about him. But old timers like Chomsky couldn’t possibly fit in the new age of reverse psychology, Russian dolls and reverse everything, so he became automatically a gate keeper. I’m not able to present my hypothesis in a professional manner, but I know there’s something there that would be valuable for us to understand the new times, how psychology changed, how propaganda and everything changed – even how our minds evolved. I’m trying to say that he is not a gate keeper, he just got too old for the new mass-madness psyop, which came in an intensity that his mind, however potent, could never accommodate. If he accepted 911, he would have to re-write all his books and redo all his lectures in a total revision of everything he ever thought, something that someone so old would never do – without dying from cognitive dissonance. The world went on and he stayed in the last century (only he didn’t notice). Over there he’s still a brave conspiracy theorist, and a heavy weight thinker; over here he sounds like Dorothy Gale and can’t be anything but a gate keeper. But he’s not one, I suggest. The environment completely changed, and he could actually be a reference of how much things changed, and how deeper into insanity they went. Something like that, which, if you put aside the hate for the guy and think objectively, you, and other better thinkers, could develop better. If you put yourself in our 1989 mind, for instance, he sounds incredible and deep. Now, in our 2020 minds, he sounds like my dog. I hope you see my point. It’s very opaque and tiny, but try to see it. It’s over there. There in the corner. That tiny dot THERE.

        • manbearpig says:

          If you’d poked that hole in your cheek you could have better whistled out of both sides of your mouth. Could be useful for a musician of your calibre.

          You say among other things:

          ” I’m trying to say that he is not a gate keeper, he just got too old for the new mass-madness psyop”


          “if you put aside the hate for the guy and think objectively, you, and other better thinkers, could develop better.”

          I never relax, dear, and as soon as I get out of my Saturday morning classes you can be sure I shall take the time, even as I’m preparing other classes and ground beef samossas, to give your post the thoughtful reply it deserves.

          It should be ready for your perusal once you’ve had your beauty sleep and if you so desire.

        • alexandre says:

          Shit, you didn’t give me time for my addendum!

          Addendum. Maybe things didn’t exactly change, but the darkness was revealed, something that invalidates the previous paradigms. Meaning, whatever structure people like Chomsky had in their minds about how the world works, went puf with 911. From then on the wound got bigger and bigger, and more and more ridiculous their mental constructs became. Something like that?

          “for your perusal once you’ve had your beauty sleep” – that’s so pr’tty!

          I’ll wait with great anticipation!

          What’s ground beef samossas?

          • manbearpig says:

            Puf with 911? or JFK 40 years earlier? Seen any Barry Zwicker? Bizarre non-sequiturs? Sneak preview: I don’t buy the “incompetence/lack of imagination/over his head” line. The man founded the DOD offshoot MIT graduate program of LInguistics and has been their dedicted servant for over half a century.

            Ground beef samossas are a symbolic representation of the inside of my head: ground, fried and with multiple messy folds.

            A toute à l’heure.

            • alexandre says:

              First paragraph – If that’s the case, then maybe I’m talking about myself, not him. But I’ll wait for your full reply, if there’s gonna be one.

              Second paragraph – I shall have beef samossas for dinner tomorrow! That’ll learn ya!

              A toute a l’heure.
              (If speaking French is hard, writing it is impossible).

          • manbearpig says:

            22 years old, at the dawn of the 1950s, Chomsky would begin his mysterious stints as a Fellow at both Harvard’s Society of Fellows and Princeton’s Institute of Advanced Study, consecutively, both institutions known for
            cranking out some of the most notorious deep state actors. After terminating whatever exactly it was that he was doing at Princeton, Chomsky would, in 1959, found the Graduate program of linguistics at the renowned DOD-sponsored Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

            At the dawn of the 60s he became a founding member of the CIA-mentored radical New Left movement financed by various fortunes including Warburg, Rockfeller, Samuel Rubin and the Ford foundation the key organization being the Institute for Policy Studies, a Washington DC based think tank whose claim to fame was incubating such radical groups as the Weather Underground, the Black Panthers and Students for a Democratic Society thus helping the founders to gradually move US opinion towards demanding a sustainable, collectivist UN world government in the name of civil rights. He also famously began peddling the BS that is the Warren Commission’s version of the JFK assassination. That was also the decade when he provided this endorsement of what he called Mao Tse-tung’s “relatively livable” and “just society only five years after the end of the great Chinese famine of 1958–1962, the worst in human history:

            “…China is an important example of a new society in which very interesting and positive things happened at the local level, in which a good deal of the collectivization and communization was really based on mass participation and took place after a level of understanding had been reached in the peasantry that led to this next step…”

            At the dawn of the 70s Chomsky is credited with helping CIA operative Ellsberg produce the staged release of the Pentagon Papers (along with Howard Zinn) and defending Pol Pot’s regime in Cambodia.

            Duplicitous with his denunciation of the BDS movement, while claiming to champion the Palestinian cause, he is hypocritical in his abusive use of the term Conspiracy theory, a practice he himself had famously denounced.

            In summing up his commentary on “The Shame of Noam Chomsky and the Gatekeepers of the Left,” Barrie Zwicker, a former fan, protégé and booster who’d modestly participated in the creation of “Manufacturing Consent” observed: “When he is not appearing to undermine the American Empire, which is the main thing he does, [Chomsky] is buttressing it by undermining the most effective and therefore dangerous foe the Empire faces—the conscious Left.”

            • manbearpig says:

              At the ripe old age of 44, as a freshly awoke truther neophyte, reeling from the deep, dark implications of 9/11, I stumbled onto the concept of Gatekeeping and most particularly Chomsky’s prolific career in the domain. This produced another dizzyingly harsh slap in the face. As Mr. Zwicker opines:

              “How many could imagine that the person warning you is one of the most perilous against whom you’ll need to defend yourself? That he is the fire marshal who wires your house to burn down, the lifeguard who drowns you, the doctor with a disarming bedside manner who administers a fatal injection? If Noam Chomsky did not exist, the diaboligarchy would have to invent him. To the New World Order, he is worth 50 armored divisions.”

              People like Chomsky are a principle reason why “the sheeple normies” never wake up. He’s largely contributed to worsening the tragic plight of the Palestinians while appearing holier-than-thou rightous. He’s largely why we’re careening towards technocracy and closer to home, why I can’t have a sensible and satisfying conversation with my family or friends anymore.

              His world view did not go “Puf” with 9/11. He’s smugly complicit in the controlled demolition of the Human condition.

              Using truth as a trojan horse for poisonous mind control, his intellect is surpassed only by his manipulative cynicism.

              A burning slap whose sting continues to fuel disgust, sadness and revolt.









              • alexandre says:

                I mean, wow. [] Now I know how a nail feels. If there is such a thing as a “mission” in life, mine seems to be to learn.

                Before your response I must bow in shame and stand corrected. “I yield”, as the old knights used to say. THEN, the only option left is to say that I was indeed talking about myself. My world view went puf on 9/11. I am still in the last century and I am afraid of cognitive dissonance. To say nothing of how difficult it was for me to accept the truth about controlled oppositions when they involve people I used to admire.

                Corbett didn’t go that far in his Chomsky video, not even close. All that info would have been quite important to hammer the point.

                My start in the conspiratorial view of history, as G.E.Griffin says, was officially with Chomsky, and R.Fisk, Pilger, Zinn etc, so it is incredible for me to learn all this. Your text was a curtain opening and….I’ve seen the light!

                So I take all that back. I’ll go to the links now.

                Muchas gracias!

                PS – Can’t do samossas cause I’m outta ground meat.

              • manbearpig says:

                this should be in list too:


                my samoussas were exquisite if I do say so myself. Better quality than my English classes these days.

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Its Saturday night. This is what should be on the list. Alex she said she wanted to meet you when her other guitar player left. She will be over around 10pm. Get yourself presentable. Psssst ….. she loves avocados. She carries a hammer with her everywhere see goes. You ought to hit if off being a nail and all.


                What a voice!!!

              • alexandre says:

                Small observation:
                I’m reading Zwicker’s “The Shame” page and there’s a section called “PROFILE: Webster G. Tarpley” that raised my left eyebrow a bit. I remember my feelings towards Tarpley long ago. Something didn’t feel right, despite his great knowledge. He wouldn’t go too far and was so intellectually beyond my ranks that I simply stopped paying attention. Later in some Corbett video I remember James saying something like “yeah, right, sure, Tarpley” which more or less confirmed my feelings. I’m not sure what Tarpley is in the truth community, but to see Zwicker praising him so much gave me the doubts – to say nothing of Tarpley’s suggestions of Jeff Rense, Alex Jones and others.

                I can’t be sure it was Rense, but once I was exchanging emails with a woman that became very famous with the Sandy Hook event, she wanted to interview me, imagine that, and we talked via skype etc, she was all excited about me, my opinions etc, and one day she sent me a text by this guy (I’m almost sure it’s Rense, but could be another similar guy), in any case a very truth-movement respected guy, but this text – which was not public on his page – had phrases like “the worst mistake is to think that blacks have any value to society” and such stuff. My hair went up and I asked her WTF, if he was KKK or something, and she said something like “Well, no, but he has this big following of white supremacists, you know, and some times he writes stuff for them” etc. RIGHT? Later I was disconcerted when she referred to blacks as “brownies”. I was not sure my English was getting that right. Finally she published an article praising Margaret Sanger as some feminist hero, and when I criticized her (and sent her some video about eugenics) she ended the relationship. This woman is highly praised in some truth circles and you would never tell she’s actually a … whatever word to describe that kind of talk.

                Russian dolls again? Is Zwicker himself beyond investigation? Every time I read something like this I feel the same “here we go” stuff. A labyrinth of labyrinths in 8 dimensions in a 5 dimension ocean full of sharks disguised as piranhas who are actually 64 Volvos dressed up as Mercedes on top of a cabriolet disguised as a flying fish. You know?

                Chomsky’s history and origins, as you showed me in your reply (which were unknown to me), already closed the case on him for me. But you see how impossible it is to actually know anything in such a fucked up environment. My poor old needles start to fade and, by god, they’re all I have.

              • manbearpig says:

                I don’t get a commission for every head converted.

                If someone sings the praises of Chomsky, I respond, for my own psychic comfort.

                Unfortunately there’s no infallible instruction manual.

                None of the fabulous pundits, Tarpley or Corbett, get it 100% perfect in anyone’s mind. What I gauge is sincerity and quality of sources.

                Everyone just does the best they can to interpret the jammed signals we’re all floating around in.

                Just play music.

                My saturday night proposition:


                and comb your hair, you’ve got a date arriving soon.

              • alexandre says:

                “What a voice!!!”
                Really? Man, I was in a 30 years long relationship with a woman, singer, that had a voice that would make this girl sound like Henry Kissinger in the morning. So my response is “No, thank-you”, as MBP would put it. No more singers, no more “sambinhas”, no more bossa-nuevas. if you got some Icelandic dodecaphonic sprech-stimme singer that looks like an air crash investigation, then we could talk.

                The girl sounds very good, don’t get me wrong, very in tune and all, but no thanks.

                Hey, she’s not here, is she?

                MBP, ok, thank you. What’s this talk of date? Stop it, both of yous.

              • alexandre says:

                Where did you find that?
                The guy sent me email asking to do this and I accepted not to be impolite – he’s such a nice fellow, and he did it to pay homage to musicians he respect etc – because I’m not willing to do these “at a distance” playing video things anymore. They are the very definition of anti-music. Music is played WITH people, at the same time and preferably in the same room! And this new trend is like the masks, i.e. symbols of “I accept” this madness. My French friend is also in this trend, but fortunately I’m only participating as an arranger – and stuff I did years ago.


              • manbearpig says:

                the piece is very pleasant… the Bulgarian is hilarious.

                “this new trend is like the masks, i.e. symbols of “I accept” this” madness.

                yea. the forced mediator that is the screen from an enforced distance… very coercive.

                A bully. everything I detest.

                gnight now. I feel like a plane wreck. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                A.M. yes she lives near you. How was I to know no more bosahinas? sounds like your still in love with that old siren. I would like to know if you have a name for your Axe. Also AxMiha ? What is its origins? 20 questions I know, but in artistic parlance words, meanings , pictures? What’s it mean. You got a lots rungs to your ladder, as you stated people don’t realize how big Brazil truly is or how high that ladder goes.


                Woman? Mama told me to shop around.

              • manbearpig says:

                “…once I was exchanging emails with a woman that became very famous with the Sandy Hook event, she wanted to interview me, imagine that…”

                ok! I’m trying to imagine that. I’ll bite: why did she want to interview you?

                “…Every time I read something like this I feel the same “here we go” stuff…”

                Yes. That is precisely the feeling that made it impossible for me to sit through the whole bakersfield doctors’ interview.

                On a more semantic note, and I only make this observation because you’ve sollicited my corrections in the past and because the one I’m about to suggest is not merely aesthetic or striving for grammatical perfection. Indeed, in the space of just a couple of comments last night, you made this particular error twice and I haven’t checked the vast sea of your other remarks on these Corbett Comments boards to gauge the recurrence of this mistake or anything, and I also do understand what it is about your native language that would drive you to commit such an error; nevertheless, perhaps you could refer to women as “who” (despite the negative connotations associated its homophonic acronym) rather than “that”:

                “…I was exchanging emails with a woman that became very famous…

                exchanging emails with a woman who became very famous…

                “…30 years long relationship with a woman, singer, that had a voice that would make this girl sound like Henry Kissinger in the morning…”

                a woman, singer, who had a voice that would make this girl…

                reestablishing the human status of the “fair sex”.

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Trimera! Bone jour e bone noir. A who and a that. You really are an Englease teacher. Comprehending those subtle differences will plague the masagenist into reform. With care I shall proceed with who and a better self. Mercy me.

              • manbearpig says:

                so, GBW, how was the onion soup? gratinée? most everything evoked on these comments boards generally is.

                gonna have to go on a soup diet pretty quick here myself…

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                AuGratin? Oui!MBP. I grow onions. Egyptian, white, sweet, yellow and the most delicious novo- green. And yes the Languaedoc from local purveyor was also very tasty. Guryere for the Gratinee. The pan was lacking. No bakers here. Otherwise table for one on le’deck.
                What’s to become of the arts in this time of cholera? All I can muster looks like Goyas dark times, Saturn devouring his son. Sumtin’ good needs occur. Shared a smile with CQ yesterday. That was sumptin. Can’t think of what it was today though.

              • manbearpig says:

                a..a what? did you say? a…

                …Oh YEA! a smile!! Now I remember!!

                Right! now I can totally relate! It turned gray, cold and rainy here a dozen or so days ago and hasn’t let up since.

                A bit weather sensitive myself which is why I’m going to have to move soon to some sunny land… with no spiders on steroids.

                the future of the arts…? hmmmm… with the Poppy Crums of the world who want artists to be able to biophysically-chemically measure if their intended message was received?


                in a world where menbearpigs haven’t got the courage to be spiritual in a madonnaesque material world where girls just wanna have fun?

                also would suggest hopelessness

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                MBP. Portifino… You will have arrived when you arrive from what I hear its warm and pleasant. Of course they speck a funny language there……..zzzzzzz chio.

                PS its Sunday. Stir up some frog leg soup why don’t ya. Weakended ones last in the pot. Cheezzy eh.

              • manbearpig says:

                ciao l’americano. keep growin’ and peelin’ those onions.


                (still saturday in hawaii I think)

              • manbearpig says:

                Hey for when you wake up a smile courtesy of Mr. Heller Highwater!


              • CQ says:

                MPB, I may’ve shared a smile with GWB yesterday, but today I’ll share a grimace with you over the “that” instead of “who” mistake too many people are prone to make.

                Once I wrote to a wildlife sanctuary offering to edit the letter the director writes for the quarterly magazine. Without fail, this director calls every animate being a “that,” whether he’s referring to a male or a female, a human or a non-human. He declined my offer out of fear that I (or any other editor who had offered to help him over the years) would tamper with his writing style. The way he sees it, correcting a few wrong words doesn’t result in more donations to feed the sanctuary’s hungry mouths. The continued “that’s” (is the apostrophe needed?) drove me batty for a while longer, but I finally adjusted, because his stories about rescuing emaciated, ill, lonely bears and tigers and lions and other carnivores from rundown circuses, roadside zoos, and private backyards are so gripping.

                Speaking of “gripping,” I found your two posts on Chomsky’s gatekeeping just that: gripping. No matter how many solid, peer-reviewed 9/11 studies Noam has been shown by AE911Truth, he continues to pooh-pooh the evidence. It’s hard not to predict he’ll respond the same way when handed the new Hulsey Report, which proves it was impossible, despite what NIST says, for fires to have caused WTC 7’s collapse. We’ll soon find out. 🙂

              • manbearpig says:

                I’m becoming rather convinced that people like Chomsky profoundly believe that reality is what they declare it to be. Period.

                Thanks for the positive feedback.

                When attempting to make sense and understand,

                it’s hard to grasp such slippery characters as they’re biographies are as perforated, evasive and vague as their fallacious reasoning.

              • manbearpig says:

                woopsy! typo-time: should be “THEIR biographies!” yikes.

                Incidentally, CQ, do you think the aforementioned “that-for-who” tendency could be symptomatic of or even cause for a gradual loss of our sense of humanity?

              • manbearpig says:

                now that’s interesting…maybe…

                guess we’re all obsessed with frogleg soup…

                you tacked that PS on during editing didn’t you?!

                “PS its Sunday. Stir up some frog leg soup why don’t ya…”

                ’cause I’m virtually certain I hadn’t seen it when 40 minutes later I submitted a comment containing “frog soup” in it…?

                collective subconscious or withdrawal symptoms?

                Sun just came out!

              • alexandre says:

                GBW – Do I sound in love still? Interesting. It’s such a complicated relationship I had with who woman 🙂 that it’s a real tragedy, so deep down, way way way way way deep deep deep deep down, like at the bottom of the bottom of the deep down, I guess the feeling apparently is still there, and still showing through. She was the last, and I became a true celibate person.

                Ax is obviously abbreviation for Alex. Long ago I had some tapes (magnetic real tapes) where I mixed my studies etc that I called ax music (Alex music) and it had that cool idiotic gringo sound to it, so it stuck. My name is too freaking long, man, name and surname. I wish I was called Zé (abbreviation of José). So AxMiha instead of … A L E X A N D R E M I H A N O V I C H Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z.

                MBP – Thanks for the correction. I solicited to be corrected because I want to be corrected, as weird as it may sound. (BTW, you wrote “sollicited” it with two Ls – explain that) “That” error is a hard one, cause it goes by so quickly. In Portuguese the “who” would be actually wrong. The right way is “A mulher que cantava comigo” – “the woman who used to sing with me”. “Que” is “that”, which is the correct form in Port. And it has nothing to do with male or female, please. I could easily say “the guy that used to play with me”. Now, for some reason I feel that the examples I just used will be corrected again? Like in these cases the “that” would be more correct? Or is “who” the right way in all cases? “The woman who was with me that night” sounds weird. Let me know.

                That other woman wanted to interview me because of my diatribical opinions, that’s all. She liked the rants. OR…she was actually recruiting me for the KKK, who knows? Chomsky, long ago, promptly replied my emails, but when I mentioned building 7, he vanished. Why people show interest has been a mystery to me, but often it’s exactly that – “interest”. When the interest is not satisfied, they disappear. It’s all commerce, and God knows how little talent I have for that.

                I took long to reply because I’m on a Whitney Webb marathon. Just listened to her phone call with Maria Farmer, and got so depressed. Wondering what you guys make of that conversation – if you heard it.

                Off to bed.

              • manbearpig says:

                bloody time zone gap…

                “sollicited” explain that?? Easy! I told you! Intra-verbal hyperbole! You Feel that Pull of emphasis on “sollicited”? (you’re not suggesting I made a spelling mistake or typo are you??)

                I told you I understood the whole latin “who” “que” thingy but thanks for the time and effort of an explanation.

                I’m not as familiar as I ought to be with this subject but my haphazard impression is that Whitney Webb is about the best thing uh, person I mean, you could do a marathon on. What little of her work I’ve seen has been excellent IMNSHO.

                ” “interest”. When the interest is not satisfied, they disappear.”

                Yes, Interest. Watched mkey’s Titus link on a recent page (this one?) and that word “Interest” seems to be the term of the day!

                …along with “frog soup”…

                sleep will help your groundbeef samossa brain to organize all that Webb of info! sleep well.

                ps nice semantic trick with “that-who woman” thing at the beginning. Cheater.

              • CQ says:

                The “reply” button is getting as far away from the most recent comment as the moon is from earth (too far for man to travel between them? ha!).

                MBP, when you wrote “typo-time,” I immediately thought of something I noticed you wrote (which I wouldn’t be revealing now except that you brought up the subject): In the questions you addressed to Victoria, do you see a word that has two different spellings, and you may’ve chosen the not-exactly right one? 🙂

                As for your “they’re biographies,” would you believe I didn’t see it because my eyes are so tired they’re barely slits now.

                Re Q about “that” being indicative of a deliberate gambit to deny our humanity, I’m not the best person to ask, because I think it’s as important to use “who” for non-humans as it is for us humans. Not that I think species — especially humans with nonhumans — should ever be merged into one body, no matter how many chimeras are produced (sickeningly) in labs. Hmmm, I suppose the chimeras are a trial run for the synthesis of humans with machines.

                And all of this unnatural experimentation, come to think of it, seems to stem from a perverse attempt on the part of the created to play the role of creator. Or, rather, of THE Creator with a capital “C.” That will never happen, in reality, any more than the clay pot will ever become the potter.

                Guess I got off track a little. Or a lot.

              • manbearpig says:

                Thanks for the heads-up concerning a spelling/typo mistake I made, I’ll go check it out! The faster I try to type in an effort to catch folks before they go to bed and the communication desert ensues until the evening, the more mistakes I make for sure, as it exacerbates my natural propensity for sloppy haste. Hey! Exacerbate! is that it??

                Clarification: I’m not saying the who-that phenomenon is deliberate but rather a subconscious indication of the loss of our sense of humanity and/or might even tragically cause it.

                At any rate: I’m no English expert and never went to school to become one. As an expat native speaker, I was hired some three decades ago or so to teach English as a second language for peanuts. Menbearpigs love peanuts so I’ve been doin’ it ever since. But in reality I’m no spelling or grammar whiz.

              • manbearpig says:

                ahhh! indiscrete! ok! That’s franglais or “froglish”! I speak it better and better despite myself!

                I can’t believe it’s already afternoon!

                Strange time warp – the morning just flew by! Guess I better get back to IRL land!! weird…

                but the sun’s sorta out!

                So have a good one!

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Wow or Mom. I just dropped in… Americanos yes we deserve it. No question there. You have a party you have a responsibility to clean up afterward , don’t you? Yes you do.

                Thanks for clarification. Fascinating how the gears of the clock turn the hands of time. You still got something to say. Say it in your gift. I should use my own notions. Im weightless so minding my own business is out of the question. BoBo the Clown says sleep, Dream. Listen to Roy here.


                How can we describe this surreal time without surreal language in describing it? Can we restore gravity to this present weightless mess that has become. Whether it was forced on or occurred organically to us by our own doing will take time. The few musts are being destroyed by agents. Food, water, clean air. This needs to be first order of business. Take care of these, good health and mental heath follows. The fog thins and we find our way forward.
                I have been ranting on Wilbur Ross. Chemtrailing. Ken Caldera, David Keith. All I see is talk about Who, Gates Vaccines and CDC. That’s backwards to me. Clean water, Air , and Food cancels out CDC and fake health concerns. The wool is over the eyes and the sting has made us foggy. Something good needs to occur. In the logical order of solving this mystery. Wakie Wakie. First ask ” Shall I rise” yes now on to step 2.

              • CQ says:

                Yes, MBP, “exacerbate” it is.

                And I agree with your “clarification” about “who-that.”

                Peanuts (salted) are the best kind of nut. The Gibraltar macaque atop your hogblog probably agrees with us.

                If your French speaking is as fine as your English writing, which is wayyy above par, IMHO, then I’m sure your students find no fault, unless they spot an occasional sign of “sloppy haste” (the first word of which I rarely detect in your prose).

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Its 2:43 am in Osaka.
                MY thoughts wither away as a mockup
                Of ideas how to counter our lockup
                Its almost as bad as waving the flag
                At a game of soccer.
                With the set of the moon
                You will see release of the tune
                Its bound to come soon
                When our overworked Editor resumes
                At 7:02am in Osaka.

              • alexandre says:

                Aaaannndd…good morning. I have to go to the bathroom now. Interesting how, growing old, the body becomes so traditional. Everything is “done” at a specific time and in a specific sequence. Get up, feed dogs, drink milk, have a fag, go to bathroom. If that order is disturbed, a sort of panic arises.

                Aannndd back. “Solicited”. Maybe there are differences between England and US spelling, I don’t know. I would never suggest you made an error, sil vous plez. Even if I saw one, I’d eat it with patatas!

                “Interest”. I’ll watch the Titus link later. Now I have to try to get some milk and bread in some gas station, where I hope they’ll let me in without the star of David in my face.

                So, is Maria Farmer trustworthy? Legit? Or maybe yet another cuckoo let lose to confirm speculations and thicken the confusion? She sounds quite ok, but so did the psycho that fooled my sister long ago. I guess I’ll have to read now the whole series by Webb, who, in the phone talk, did ask for any possible material to confirm everything, as any good journalist would. “Maria said” is not exactly hard evidence.

                In any case, as she was talking, I had my eyes closed and so I started imagining the situations, the mansions, the scenes, New York and man, quel depression. It was like a brief peek into that Epstein billionaire world. Manhattan, night time, the lights, the furniture, the windows, Ghislaine, the cook, I saw everything like a photo album and it was a mix of wonder (beauty even) and terror, some weird dark thing. In the middle of that, my dog got out of the sofa to check something out on the corner. It was a spider, not giant but the size of your palm (hand minus the fingers) and it was what’s called “armadeira”, meaning she got up on her…legs…in an attack position (Armed). They jump when they attack, so I took the dog away and killed the spider. I could have saved her (spiders ar female here) as I usually do, but I was in that terror Epstein world state so I didn’t think. I asked for forgiveness and lit a candle, but the thing was that she seemed to have materialized there, because I had cleaned it up sooner and there was nothing there. Probably she got out of behind the piano or something, but the timing with Maria’s talk was very eerie. I guess that “energy” thing has something to it after all, because Maria’s talk has some deep fucked up darkness in it. Dark because it’s ambiguous – beauty and terror, high and low, beautiful places with pedophilia going on. This mix of good and evil is, I don’t know, maybe what’s called “sublime” – beyond duality. Another possibility is that my imaginary wanderings were inside Maria’s own psyche, that’s why I ask how you guys see all that.

                And that’s 495 words.

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Alex its funny you should ask. See poem. And then you gonna freak when my comment is released from moderation. It is funny you should ask! “…how you guys see all that? ”

                Just happens. Part of the experiment.

              • manbearpig says:

                Jumpin’ friggin’ spiders?? How d’you sleep at night? Oh, wait. you don’t.


                I haven’t seen the Webb/Farmer video yet and from what you say about it I most probably won’t. Life’s creepy enough, without having to know about it.

                Alexandre, may put your Normies Blues on my hogblog?

                and who was that psycho who fooled your sister? Can you provide a comment timestamp link? I don’t remember that.

              • alexandre says:

                Ha, yes I don’t sleep. Maybe that’s why! But no. Spiders never attack. They get armed and wait. IF you attack, then they jump. And these ones only appear once a year, usually in the changing of the season – not the 4 seasons, but more like from hot to cold. I always put some jar on top of them, a paper underneath and take them outside. This time I panicked. Animals in general, the last thing they do is attack for nothing. Hunt yes etc, but it’s always defense. The last thing on a snake’s mind is “I think I’ll go over there and bite that bastard just for the heck of it. But I’ll wait until he goes to sleep”. Nature isn’t stupid or “mindless”, once you learn to observe it (really observe, not just look at it), and that would give plenty of rope for the Hegel discussion. I absolutely disagree with Hegel (or how he and his ideas are described on that video), but I absolutely have no intellectual amo to talk about it. Damned damnation! To have the idea and not be able to speak it. That’s why I have to play it, I guess. It’s an ontological epistemic gag order!

                My sister’s story, I don’t know, I think I talked about it already, but I would never be able to find it in this CR pacific ocean. Later I’ll sumarize.

                GBW, I saw your comment on my email, but I’ll wait for it to be “freed” and more complete here. I did see the poem, but you’ll have to do lots of explications, since I’m not too fast in your swinging English. Some conversations between you and MBP are like watching baseball. Fascinating and I have no idea what’s going on. (Would that be cockney?)

              • pearl says:

                “but I absolutely have no intellectual amo to talk about it. Damned damnation! To have the idea and not be able to speak it.”

                At least you can play it! Those be deeeeep, choppy waters, and I’m still pissing in the baby pool. What little I’ve gleaned about Hegel was via that speaker I so often point to (who basically distilled thousands of years of evolved platonic philosophy subversively functioning in religion [pick your flavor, it matters not] which, look around, hasn’t served humanity well at all) and through Leonard Piekoff’s book “Ominous Parallels”. So much intellectual nuance and spiritual gas-lighting to guilt man into sacrificing his birthright of intellect, reason and common sense (resulting from real life experience) to serve the common good.

                Poor spider! Talk about being in the wrong place at the wrong time! It’s weird. I’m like you, Alexandre, in that I rescue and relocate all manner of creeping things. I’m not afraid of snakes or bigger wild creatures. The weird part is that the few times my body has had some kind of reaction to an overload of an herb or chemical, one of the ways it manifests itself is through spider nightmares! Like this one I had which is most prominent in my mind was where I was standing at the threshold of a dark, dusty barn and looking all around I see all these webs holding blackish-green metalic spiders, and right above me is one such web/spider that lunges down at me at which point I woke up in a panic and cold sweat. But when I’m awake, no such fear! Anyway, don’t mind me…couldn’t resist butting in with my observations prompted by your all’s interesting conversation.

              • alexandre says:

                MBP of course you can put my blues on your blog. (Just don’t read that sentence in a weird way).

                Pearl, welcome to comment always. I love philosophy and actually have a folder full of videos about it, and some of mom’s old books in the shelf. I tried to read something once, but at the 134th comma, I couldn’t remember what the guy was talking about anymore. I realized that you need a big preparation to be able to even read the stuff, let alone have an opinion. I just wonder why the oriental and primitive “philosophies”, one might call them, are mostly left out, even thought there were influences and people picking up oriental stuff etc, the perenial philosophy and all. But in general it should be called “European philosophy”. Hindu monks, for one, have been discussing the issues for 6000 years, but somehow the European newcomers think they found the “proper thinking”. It’s like art. A documentary once said “500 years of art in Brazil” and an old thinker here got pissed off. He said they were ignoring thousand of years of “rupestre” art and considered to be art only the period after the invasion (in 1500). When my sister, for instance, says “humanity” I always piss her off saying “you mean the Aborigines and the Guaranis.”

                In any case, I learned a lot from the videos and often find myself thinking one thing and then, after some lecture, it changes and I go “wow, didn’t think of that”, so one must be cautious with opinions. Who am I to “not agree” with someone like Hegel? And yet, one gives oneself the right to be wrong – specially if these guys thinking will later dictate MY life, and everyone else’s.

                I was watching that wee guy in the car speaking who is in that Hegel video – did he kill himself afterwards? – and I thought “shut the f up and go learn something”, you know? Who’s this adolescent arrogant narcissistic jerk talking to the camera as if he was Socrates? And then I think “Hm, maybe I’m saying that to myself”, you know?

              • alexandre says:

                GBW, was your post liberated yet?

              • alexandre says:

                GBW – Oh yes, just found it.

                I shall say it in my gift as soon as I find it!

                Roy Orbison, fantastic. I wonder what Hegel would have said.

                Speaking of Hegel, just to add to the matter, here’s an old video by Bryan McGee discussing Hegel with Peter Singer. A conversation that makes you go “oh, yes” and “now, just wait a minute” every 2 seconds, as any good European philosophy discussion should do. If anything, a very good illustration for Agenda 21/Technocracy and how philosophies, when applied by idiots and gangsters (or scientists), ultimately end up in complete catastrophe. What could be called “neo-hegelianism”, where the dialectic is between a bad idea and a worse one, culminating in a catastrophe, which becomes a new bad idea, opposed by an even worse idea and so the process of “history” moves on, not towards freedom and self-knowledge as Hegel expected, but towards friggin’ hell.


                We, Europeans, are surrealists after all.

                “Something good needs to occur.” – I agree. And it did in the past, but we destroyed it, with the best intentions, of course.

                “Shall I rise”. O ye.

              • pearl says:

                134th comma, I love it! Back when I was dipping my toes into the philosophical waters, I invested in a used series of paperback books by W.T. Jones called “A History of Western Philosophy” divided into time periods: “The Classical Mind” starting pre-Socrates thru Aristotle, and beyond into late classical; “The Medieval Mind” covering the new religious orientation, Christianity’s formative years thru the end of the middle ages; “Hobbs to Hume” covering the renaissance, reformation, science, Locke and others; “Kant to Wittgenstein and Sarte” covering the age of reason, Kant’s theory of knowledge and value, reactions against his theories via Hegel, social philosophy etc. (Whew!!) And all I managed to accomplish was 1/2 of chapter 1 of the first book. (What a wretch am I!!) But skimming over these chapter headings, I find my appetite returning, particularly the medieval period and Kantian theories in the age of reason.

                I seem to recall learning that when Plato fled persecution (to India was it?), that he picked up and adopted many teachings there, which explains a particularly fascinating commonality between Hinduism and Calvinism, and that’s the belief there are 3 classes of “elect” (most Christians would be shocked by the idea of 3 classes – there should only be one!) Ah, now I’m pissed off again and should stop here. Suffice to say, thanks to this conversation and now that I have so much time on my hands, I’m going to make it my goal to delve deep into what makes the western mind tick!

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Alex. I think it spoiled while in detention.
                O ye O ye O
                Its off to work we go. Ok . Micro managing our daily routine comes with a sequential stream of decisions. You said ” I realized then you need a big preparation to even read the stuff” BS Alex and I will explain. What is your first decision after leaving dream land and returning to consciousness.? Pearl you listen too. First thing. SHALL I RISE? Yes or No. You either have the will to rise or will to stay in bed. Your will is your truth. You possess the will at all times and in whatever your next encounter may be, to thyme own self be true. That is why you will read or will not read a book. Where from then come the excuses, the justifications and whatnot that get a hold of you. Subverting your will away from your truth. TPTSB’s propaganda convincing you to lie to your self. That’s the battle for any one of your next moves. I truly believe anyone can accomplish anything if so willed by truth. It all starts with SHALL I RISE. Carry on..RISE.Love you two.

              • manbearpig says:

                “MBP of course you can put my blues on your blog. (Just don’t read that sentence in a weird way).”

                thanks Alexandre! I already did and I already did.

                Pearl, you’re so smart and wise and compassionate. You also leave me way behind in the dust with your references. It’s always such an enlightening pleasure to read you. But you see people as being as beautiful and well-intentioned as you are.

                I have spider nightmares too – generally their flying in criss cross ruler straight trajectories across the landscape and all around me on zip lines, humming zzzzinnnnggg! zzzzinnnnggggg!

                I don’t kill them either as a rule (afraid it’s bad for my karma) but it takes me ages to overcome my profound revulsion, employing a gazillion different techniques and angles to avoid physical contact that ends up resembling a game of Twister in a a desperate effort to get her outa the house alive.

                And I’m so jealous of your free day: I’ve go so much to do today… but I guess I need that forced momentum to maintain clarity and distance and the perspective they afford.

                GBW: why do you refer to me as “Bobo the clown”? It’s weird ’cause it’s true all my fur’s turned a bright shade of orange?

                no time to reflect on cryptic poetry and prose now unfortunately, gotta go hamsterize…

              • manbearpig says:

                bobo the clown… puts this into my mind:


                “…Moi les chevaux, le revolver et le chapeau de clown
                La belle Peggy do saloon
                Je suis mal en homme dur
                Et mal en petit cœur
                Peut-être un petit peu trop rêveur
                Allô Maman bobo
                Maman comment tu m’as fait je suis pas beau
                Allô Maman bobo
                Allô Maman bobo…”

              • alexandre says:

                GBW, thank you, first of all. “The will”, I understand. This truth you speak of I do acknowledge, oh so very much. But I can’t escape the learning. I think A; someone shows me something; now I can see B; I say “awesome!” like a teenage. There’s a process there that’s undeniable. It doesn’t mean losing the inherent truth/will. I didn’t know to play a scale on piano. I practiced and suddenly I could do it. Some mystery happens, you learn, the mind expands. In “anglo-saxon philosophy” there’s a structure there that requires some basics – IF you’re interested. What’s Greece, who is Plato, what’s epistemology, who said what and when, contexts etc, otherwise it’s like reading Chinese. I wouldn’t just follow them blindly. It just makes sense (when it does), adds to my thinking, to say nothing of explaining much of what’s going on, specially when you throw secret societies, psychos and institutional pedophiles in the mix, something none of them academic thinkers ever consider. I was actually thinking of a series involving some big philosophical statement and then asking something like: “what if a guy has a 45 revolver half-way in your mouth saying ‘give me your money’?”. You add a question like that to any discussion and it seems to go to pieces, specially political philosophy. I don’t know.

                Anyway, I do rise everyday, but I confess, lately if I didn’t have to feed the dogs, I don’t think I would. The will is like a little we flame shuddering. If a breeze blows, puf. I would say I love you too, but that would be too jejune for an ex Argentinean bourgeois with abandonment issues.

                Pearl, whatever you do in your philosophical peregrinations, keep us informed! And if you please make a summary of the main philosophical schools for us, under 500 words.
                I have no idea what Plato did or where he went, but if so, we have an influence already there. That’s what I mean by knowing stuff before diving in such things. I feel much and know nothing.
                (Well, better than the UN bastards who know much and feel nothing).

              • manbearpig says:

                OK GBW! Cancel that last bobo question. Just my very centric ego imagining everything revolves around its own little centrifugal person.

                IOW, I hadn’t clicked on the link in your reply to Alexandre and thought you were referring to when that’s what I’d told him to do shortly beforehand.

                Waiting for a late student so now I’ll jump back into the hamsterwheel again.

                funny how much I learn about myself on these boards… and I won’t type “sigh”. oh damn; I just did.

              • alexandre says:

                But MBP, everything revolves around your own little centrifugal person. Don’t go debunking that or I’ll quit!

                I called Chomsky Bobo the Clown, I thdun.
                I ehtik.
                I wnthk.
                Let me get my glasses.
                I think.

              • manbearpig says:

                Gracious me! Indeed you did! you got me so riled up, and I thought they said emotions were essential for RETAINING information. Yet another illusion shattered…

                “Who’s this adolescent arrogant narcissistic jerk talking to the camera as if he was Socrates? And then I think “Hm, maybe I’m saying that to myself”, you know?”

                exactly my thoughts several times a day.

                with regards to my egocentric self that is, not you


                student’s here

              • alexandre says:

                I have written a text that’s kind of long, in English etc, a bit out of my league probably, so I’m in doubt if I publish or not on my English blog. It’s about this situation, and it rambles on psychological stuff, projections, fears, impotence etc etc.

                SO…could I ask a favor and maybe I publish it, some of you take a look and see if it’s bullshit, awkward, pretentious, wrong, badly written etc and, if so, then you honestly and truthfully tell me and I un-publish it. I wrote some days ago and left it as a draft, so I went back now and had a look, edited some more and, meah…it’s ok I guess, but I don’t know. What do you say?

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Im learning alto here! QFC. is this here an happy accident in your creation. Did you have this in the design of TCR. Learning Manifestation? We are creating a new news.
                Alex. Isn’t that an Ad Mans / Propagandists Job ? To learn you away from the truth with lies or learn you away from the truth with the truth. To stop you in your tracks or send you to a door. CHomsky! There is a wonderful scene I think of from West Side Story. , ‘Gee Officer Kropky ” everytime I hear Cromsky. Gate Keeper. Door #1 door#2 door#3 Lets make a Deal. You learn all sides then will you be a Machiavellian or a Christ like Prince
                .Will it

              • pearl says:

                To thine own self be true. Yes, very good and something I often exhort my youngins’ to do, until I think about human predators, parasites, cowards and liars. Then I add the loaded quantifier (which begs volumes more) “And do no harm.” The things which I used to do, being true to my younger self, I look back on now and am ashamed and by which have reaped painful consequences. I think there are such strong ideas woven into our human fabric, like determinism, that can appear kinda romantic, lofty and beautiful, but also have devastating, deadly and nihilist effects. Just now, I’m reminded of another exhortation: Be innocent as doves and wise as serpents.

                MBP, your spider dreams!! There can be no doubt that had mine been as violent I’d at the very least suffer a cautious revulsion for those 8-legged creatures. On second reading of your description, I laughed picturing your spiders on zip lines. But it’s not far off! Just last week the family and I were talking about the different kinds, their amazing capabilities, and how one of those funny little jumping spiders was literally repelling off the side of a cabinet door to the face of another, like a mountain climber. A cartoonist could have great fun with these mental images!

                I’m so touched by your compliment. Thank you. I’m afraid my wanting to learn more is hobbled by an excruciatingly anemic attention span and general laziness, but responding to GBW’s encouraging reflections, I WILL strive to live up to your better image of me and RISE UP to apply myself further.

                Alexandre, what an awesome challenge! Keep it just below 500, eh? That’s assuming I’m equipped with sufficient comprehension and articulation. You’re too kind!

              • Jed says:

                Great stuff!

  20. alexandre says:

    Due to some technical issue (slow internet), I posted the same thing twice. James, could you remove the duplicate?

  21. CQ says:

    Did the person who gave us the link to the superb Andrew Kaufman interview on London Real ( mention that near the end, at around the 1:54:40 mark, Dr. Kaufman responds to a question from host Brian Rose by advising that citizens turn off their TVs and that he then says . . . okay, you ready, everybody:

    “Look at the real journalism that’s out there now — people like this platform and people like James Corbett, who are doing really thorough, thoughtful analysis, well-referenced analysis, and they’re reporting on what’s really going on. Or do you own research. Look at the source materials, like I have.”

    Either it’s time for TCR director James to give a casting call to Dr. K. or . . . they’ve just had a tete a tete that James recorded and will be airing soon? Oh, James . . . .

    • Chapati says:

      Hi CQ,

      Hope bonding with your sister is going well!

      colosseum who had shared the link did mention that further up the comment-stream.
      Keeping my fingers crossed that you`re right in your assumption..

      • CQ says:

        Aha, so he did, Chapati. Props to you, colosseum!

        Now that I know (h/t to pearl and mkey) how to press Control + “F” to do a word search in the comment section, I’m a little daunted by the fact that there are so many Corbett corona pieces to choose from. On what page do I hunt for “Kaufman” and find the exact comment I’m looking for? I mean, his name is probably all over the place. We wander through so many different corona comment threads in the course of any given day, it feels like we’re in a maze. But not a daze!

        The good thing about a second or third mention of a superb interview is that the repetition may nudge fence-sitters and forgetters to actually watch it. It did me. Not only that, but I knew, one minute into it, that the retired hospital admin friend I’ve mentioned here before would love the good doctor. Sure enough, he declared Dr. Kaufman his favorite medical expert yet. Slowly, slowly, slowly, the truth seepeth out.

        Yes, the sister bonding’s going great, thanks; wishing you the same, Chapati.

        • debra.b says:

          Hi CQ,
          It was Miss Terious who posted the Andrew Kaufman London Real interview here that I first saw it. I’m not sure if that’s what you’re looking for. It was a great interview and I smiled when he mentioned JC. I’ve only posted so many times, so I remembered where it was or where I’d been.

          • CQ says:

            Ah, debra.b, that must’ve been the other time I saw the “London Real Kaufman” reference — from Miss Terious on the GATESHEALTH thread. Thank you!

            FYI, when I pressed the CNTL + “F” keys and typed in “Miss Terious Kaufman,” #comment-81929 didn’t belong to Miss Terious. (That was something from suzt.) Miss Terious’ Kaufman reference is actually here:

            But who was first chronologically, Miss Terious or colosseum? I’m sure you’re all dying to know! 🙂

            Well, let’s see. Miss T. posted her “London Real Kaufman” comment to GATESHEALTH on Saturday 5/2/20 at 3:05 PM Japan time. Corbett published GATESHEALTH on 5/1/20.

            As we know, NWNW, which we’re all on right now, always comes out Thursdays in the US. Turns out colosseum posted the first “London Real Kaufman” comment here, on NWNW, Thursday 4/30/20 at 11:10 PM Japan time. It’s #comment-81424.

            So, the gold medal goes to . . . colosseum, with props to Chapati for finding it.

            And the silver medal goes to . . . Miss Terious, with props to debra.b for finding it.

            If we want to get super-technical about it, Miss Terious’ comment was 242 comments after colosseum’s.

            That’s a lot of comments in less than 48 hours. Which proves that the real winner is truth! She (truth) is circling the globe a lot faster than she used to, despite the lockdown of the world’s population and the slowdown of the world’s economy.

            Lies last only so long as they’re believed. Thanks to Dr. Andrew Kaufman, Brian Rose, James Corbett, James Evan Pilato, and every single supporter of theirs who’s spreading truth, those lies, like balloons filled with hot air, are being burst . . . and their remains buried at the dump, where they belong.

            • debra.b says:

              Thanks CQ! Sorry so late to respond. Very well said! 🙂 Debra

              • CQ says:

                You’re welcome, debra.b. It was a silly contest that I conducted, but it kept me out of trouble!

                And speaking of “welcome,” aren’t you kind to welcome your fellow newcomer AJ (below).

                You know how it feels to be embraced in the Corbett coterie (hmmm, my love of alliteration is getting the best of me; hope “coterie” is better than the alternatives, clan or cadre or cabal! 🙂 ).

                Oh, just as I was thinking of saying hello to AJ, as an afterthought, I realized that we’re in the Corbett club. Or is that just as bad as all my other lame attempts at describing what we are?

  22. AJ says:

    Another great episode of NWNW!

    As a new subscriber I’ve got to ask, is there a list of all the books which James and James have recommended over the years? I’m trying like mad to find one they both had recommended some months back. Somehow it disappeared off my wishlist without a trace.

    • Chapati says:

      Hi, AJ

      Welcome! Maybe you can give some details to what the book`s topic is about?

      I too had some deep dive search when looking for JEP and JC book-mentions on NWNW about lyme disease

      Bitten: The Secret History of Lyme Disease and Biological Weapons
      Lab 257: The Disturbing Story of the Government’s Secret Germ Laboratory maybe by coincedence you might have looked for exactly these two 😉 (but i doubt it..)

      Probably there are other commentators who have more infos on bookrecommendations.

      For now here are mine. I only know of JC recommendations which might help you with your search;

      episodes (also check the SHOW NOTES):

      What’s On Your Bookshelf? – Questions For Corbett #035


      An NWO Reading List

      • AJ says:

        Hello Chapati,

        Thank you for those leads and willingness to help me figure this one out, and those books you mentioned sound right up my alley. However I’m still not finding the book I was originally looking for. It seemed to have a fairly broad focus, but it was a look at a “scientific” elite affecting the development of society. Without knowing too much about it, I believe it had something to do with a technological and possibly transhumanist agenda they had for mankind.

        Strangely enough, I also recall that it was written by a father and son writing team.

        This book was in my wishlist/saved shopping cart on two of the largest online retailers and it has since vanished without a trace from both. I probably shouldn’t be surprised, but I’m still trying like mad to find this book.

    • debra.b says:

      Hi AJ,
      I don’t have an answer to your question, but wanted to say hello and welcome. I’m a relatively new member myself. Although, I’ve been tuned into Corbett Report for several years.

      I surely hope you find the book you’re looking for! Debra

  23. generalbottlewasher says:

    Alex. This is the only ID-Inter-Developmental class lecture I remember. The eye popper was instructor wanted a person to be true to thyme self. To follow your convictions totally. No matter which side of the coin you support. The Saint or the Psychopath That earns you a degree.- aint that crazy? Pearl that’s The Western Mine that Academia is promoting. Doesn’t take a 5 year old child to know we will be better off to reject that craziness. Technocrats with Degrees. That not learning that’s propaganda of the worst kind. Carry on…

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      Hey self. See what they think of ‘OSMOSIS’. Read the content of the book. What your conscious mind doesn’t get your sub- conscious mind will absorb and save and work to understand. It just took 30 years for me to see or to be illuminated to the fact the Academy Ivory Tower supports the Machiavellian as much or more than the Diogenes. ( funny how Bacon spells it Dio-Genes, two genes. Split personality.)
      Absorb it and nature will sort it out in your head.

      • alexandre says:

        Was that for me? I’m confused with the replies.

        • generalbottlewasher says:

          Alex. Yes that was for you and me. Osmosis ! Read read read it will be better then the old saying ‘” I devoured my books and leaned only that it gave me diarrhea. ”
          What have you forced yourself to do lately? We should compare notes. That No mistakes piece has become my favorite. Just the right length. Just the right flavor.

          • generalbottlewasher says:

            Alex. Did you see all the Wilber Ross information MBP dug up. I lost it and can’t find it. Going Batty looking for it. This nothing doesn’t have f- key . Its a nothing. A surf slide boggy board would be better.

            • alexandre says:

              Oh, hello then. Ok. Erm….I forgot the No Mistakes piece. Ah yes, the little salsa thing I did for the guy. Ok. Yes…erm….ok. I mean….ya, ok.

              No I didn’t see Wilber Ross….or did I? Man, these threads are like reading 500 books at the same time, and I don’t read books! I’m from the video generation. I did force myself to read some, yes, but over here at TCR everything I read would be regarded as a kindergarten homework. SO….Wilber who? Let me check.

              Where is it?

              I just read the Baudrillard “Simulacrum” thing. I thought I wasn’t gonna get it (as we were discussing), but MBP told me to read it, so I did. The first time, swooosh. So I’ll read it for the second time. I loved the 1.7% of what I got, so I’ll dig some more. I was sad to find out he died in 2007, because he would have been screaming now with this simulation/reality now. Probably saying “fellers, calm down, it was just an idea, dayum!”

              The other day I couldn’t have the QR code to work so I couldn’t get into my account so I couldn’t put credits in it so I threw it on the floor (grass) and stomped on it. Now the flashlight doesn’t work anymore.

              Slept suddenly in the sofa, like an old man.

    • pearl says:

      “No matter which side of the coin you support. The Saint or the Psychopath That earns you a degree.- aint that crazy? Pearl that’s The Western Mine that Academia is promoting.”

      There ya go! Western Minefield you mean, right?

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        Right Pearl. We always had half the country on our side. The shining beacon everyone wanted. Why have they taken to destroying that part. Peace on their terms? They may have other plans, like existence on their terms.
        Be innocent as doves and wise as serpents. That could cut both ways.

  24. alexandre says:

    Incredible. It’s exactly like watching The Muppet Show:

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      Alex I must agree this bunch has a stick up their arse, maybe a hand. Mechanically working their jaw to line up with the script. ” …economy blah blah… All caused by the virus…”
      Of course it has nothing to do with the bankers they are just reacting , some may have been clairvoyants.
      Your killing me here… !
      Still have not found MBPs reports on Wilbur Ross. I got more info to add to that compost pile. Anyone? Generally , Im a techno deficient General. I have led campaigns with less . Your help is appreciated.

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